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The Erikson Building, False Creek, Vancouver, Canada

The Erikson Building, False Creek, Vancouver, Canada

This building really was built the way you see it. There is no clever warping here. Its lines are emphasized by the masts of yachts anchored on the near shore of Granville Island in Vancouver, Canada. The building was the last one conceived by the world famous Canadian architect Arthur Erikson before his passing. Other buildings include the Canadian Embassy in Washington DC, Simon Fraser University in Burnaby and a lifetime of other landmarks.

Chris Langley

Image size: 3000 x 4000, 8.23Mb | Camera details: Canon PowerShot G9 | Date uploaded: 26/06/2018

Chris Langley | The Erikson Building, False Creek, Vancouver, Canada
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